18 Burst results for "Mr Mccarthy"

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Allison who is imprisoned for murder. She claims she did not commit eager to regain her trust. Bill embarks on a mission to exonerate alison despite language barriers cultural differences and a complicated legal system in addition to stillwater. Mr mccarthy's other direct royal credits include the feature films the station. Agent the cobbler and timmy. Failure mistakes were made and episodes of thirteen reasons why he was nominated for the award for outstanding directory achievement theatrical feature film for his two thousand fifteen spotlight following a recent screening of the film at the theater in los angeles. Mr mccarthy's folkenflik. Director scott cooper about filming stillwater. Listen odd for their spoiler conversation. Good evening thank you very much. Thanks for coming out tonight. I said to tom i said i. I'll be surprised if anyone's here. In what a great turnout. Thank you guys for coming out to such a beautiful and powerful and in very human film. Tom and i had dinner just before. This and i said tom you've packed so much. Into into this film it starts off as this investigative thriller which of course. Tom does quite well with the beautiful foam spotlight. And then said yes. And then it segues into this kind of tender and an unexpected romance and then to this kind of on memory and kind of questions and america's moral authority. So what was the genesis of this film. Great question does the trailers led me to believe that. This was going to be something. And i'll get to it like a taken decidedly. Not that it's definitely not that And i love those movies. But yeah i don't cut the trailers Unfortunately who cuts trailers. But yeah this movie. It's been a long haul with this. When i started this ten years ago. Thinking about it worked. Was there another writer on it. Sort of rotor thriller based on the same story. At least the setup of the story about this man going to visit his daughter in prison. And then i just wasn't satisfied with it. I felt i didn't have a point of view on it. I i felt like it wasn't dimensional enough. I couldn't feel the humanity in the movie. And so i put down. And i've never really done that with script before. I normally just write them figuring out and then make them and this one. I just couldn't figure out. So put down for about six years. And i picked it up again in two thousand sixteen and the whole world started to change and i you know i reached out to to new writers. These are guys who collaborate. Jacques oh dr. Who's the director. I greatly admire from france. And i just sent them the draft. I said i'm not. I don't like the script but i like this setup. I like the idea. I like at the heart of it. This father daughter dysfunctional relationship. And these extreme circumstances and tomorrow bit again in no way. Deborah and i started working together and You know we. Suddenly i felt like i had something point of view on it which was like. Who is this guy from the middle of the country. What don't i understand about him. And what can i start to understand about him in this discussion and also as you point out at the time like america was suddenly everyone in the world was suddenly questioning are what we perceive to be our moral authority and i thought that played pretty well into the sort of mythic hero idea of american abroad guy emission. Getting it done moral imperative. This is the right thing to do at all costs and it just felt like the right time to have that conversation with an audience through this character. The screenwriters that you mentioned wrote rust and bone prophets and Depend movies that. I also really really great movies. So how'd for someone who writes his films as you generally by yourself. How did that come about you. Did you just call them up. And you call their agent. I literally just call the film to the email. I sent them a script and a really lame email and just said would you guys read this and can we talk and we did a very awkward zoom or. They were very french with me and they were squeezed into the frame together and they just sort of like you know they didn't like the script and tell you that yeah pretty much They're like we like the idea but we don't like it but they were. They were direct and more than that. There were incredibly specifically articulate about what wasn't working what they thought it could be and the way they diagnosed. It just really spoke to me. I was like okay. That's the movie i wanna make. I don't know what it is yet. So i flew to paris a couple of weeks later and we just sort of hold up in their place where they worked for about two weeks and just kind of like talked about the movie and everything And what it could be in. That was then spent another year kind of laying out the draft will having no idea what you wrote and what. They didn't knowing your films as well as i do. Which are always really character based in deeply humanistic and with really great minimal dialogue and then also knowing the films that they've that they've written and you can really see how these films benefit from both of your points of view. How did you divide the labor great question. It's really interesting because we had similar aesthetics systematically really appreciated their movies. I think they appreciate a mine. At least they said so. And you know i'm i. I'm as influenced by european films. As i am american cinema without question and also a big fan of french cinema so it was great because you know as writers i would. They would make these choices which i would be like. What are they doing. You can't do that and then be like an example. That's really interesting..

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"mr mccarthy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Child care available family and medical leave off all form Six, please. And so it's a complicated question that I think we need very rapidly to find a good set of answers for to get our kids back in school to get our family back to work and to get our teachers to feel safe in their classrooms. Congresswoman. Since we're talking about education, I'm dying to ask you about the recent appointment announced today that Marjorie Taylor Green, one of the fellow Congress want women in a conspiracy theory adherent of Q and on. Republican has been placed on the education committee, and it's caused quite some consternation with the chairman of the committee. Bobby Scott, from Virginia s. So I'm curious. What? What's your reaction to that today? I mean, It's still fresh memories of the attack on the Capitol. I'm sure Yeah. Um, that's that's also Ah, hard conversation to have. It seems like a natural fit. You know that she would choose to be on that committee or that that committee would be where she would land. You know, if you look out, for instance, the committee said, I'm on I'm on foreign affairs because I'm very interested in diplomacy and humanitarian work in because I believe defense is the last line of defense. And I'm on armed services because, as you mentioned, I'm a veteran, and I'm on small business because I'm really passionate about entrepreneurs and small business. And so it just seems like a difficult and Kind of troublesome fit. And so I would like, Certainly the chair to take a look at that. And I'd like, um Mr McCarthy leader McCarthy. Also to take a look at that choice. Representative Paul Hoolahan. It's been such a pleasure to talk to you. We could talk to you forever. But thank you so much for joining us and we will be following your progress on that bill and so much else going on in this very busy congressional session. Thank you. I appreciate it and you guys be well and be safe. Yuhas Well and and Rick. I just want a very briefly follow up. You raised Marjorie Taylor Green. What is your take on this? Should she be in the education committee? Is McCarthy going to pull her off that What do you think happens? Look, I think it's a zey controversy that didn't need to happen. The reality is there are a lot of people in Congress and others outside who would actually like to strip her of her? Floor privileges to deny her her congressional seat. And certainly they'll have an opportunity that the midterm elections But there are people who want to censure her s O. I don't think we've heard the last of Marjorie Taylor Green. And it's just a problem that this A minority minority leader Kevin McCarthy doesn't need today doesn't need today. Not the last of her, not the last of Rick Davis. Thank you so much for joining us. I am Jeannie. She and say No, This is sound on Bloomberg Radio. We will be back tomorrow. Filling in for Kevin,.

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"mr mccarthy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bully pulpit. If he wanted to. He could hold press conferences. They would be covered. If he wanted to. He could talk to any reporter in the world. They would be talking to him right now. It's not that he doesn't have any way to talk to the American people. He just doesn't have his preferred away. 70 Snyder. You talked about the way in which local media has with it. Social media has replaced it. That's not going to go away. President Trump was very adept at using social media communicating. Why should that change? Surely this particular genie is out of the bottle. I mean, social media technology is like any communications technology. It's going to cause chaos and you have to think about what the rules are going to be. You know, everybody likes radio. Now we're doing radio, but the 19 twenties 19 thirties radio could be used to radicalized. I'm sure many of your readers like books, but when the book was invented in the early modern period, it was one of the causes of religious warfare and the death of about a third of population of Europe. Communications technologies are interesting and important, and they're also dangerous. You have to decide what the rules are. As far as I'm concerned, we're very early on in this experiment in social media, and the idea that the way it looks now is the way it has to look, I think is basically ridiculous. We have to decide how we want Social media. So look I mean, one thing that I think conservatives air right about is the importance of competition. If you're in a sector of the economy, where natural monopolies form, then the state has to intervene. As, for example, Friedrich Hayek said, in order to make sure that you get competition, so it's my view that these big companies have to be broken up. And along the way, I think they should be taxed to support precisely local media because the problem isn't just that you have social media. The problem is that you don't have a local media and when you don't have local media, then people don't have the facts about the things that really do matter to them, like is the new politician corrupt or Who is on the school board, or is there mercury in the water, or is their lead in the water? Those kinds of things not only important, but they give people who might have different worldviews things to talk about. So I think an important part of getting this country back towards democracy is giving people who naturally have different values that's normal and good, who naturally have different emotions. That's also normal and good, giving them the same kind of firmament of facts, so at least we can cooperate on on that basis by the way, Speaking of facts, I think it's pretty important to note that Just I propose something. Mr McCarthy said that I mean black lives matter in the capital and the capital invasion. Both, of course, did have some pity with social media that black lives matter doesn't start unless someone died in the Capitol riots wouldn't start unless someone lied. That's it for me a pretty significant factual difference. Let's talk about the racial divides that have opened up during President Trump's time in office. I wonder if we can think back to Charlottesville In August, 2017 1 person was killed. Several others were injured by a car, which Draven high speed into a crowd. Street brawls broke out between hundreds of white supremacists and counter protesters. Police, supported by a local emergency declaration moved in to impose order after its president Trump spoke out against the violence, but his remarks created more controversy. We condemn in the strongest possible terms. This egregious display of hatred, bigotry. And violence on many sides on many sides. It's been going on for a long time in our country. Not Donald Trump, not Barack Obama. Been going.

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"mr mccarthy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Size of my up your circulation alone you can certainly use a little extra money via the funds by the way who's Leo then the report can answer me I thought the night he'll bring the Cali the vacation help you're absolutely correct Mr Spinelli killed Mister macaulay if you'll pardon the expression why did you kill them I was wrong the vacation didn't help me she didn't she killed my colleague to avenge the murder of her husband calling killed Mr Spinelli every stop or go mad all you need a vacation one type that up the clatter of the keys may stimulated a brother cerebral activity thank you not sure you know that you're absolutely right I can clear my mind it's not clear not that the one thing well let's clear that up right away well I didn't know the killer but she did not kill her husband why did Mr McCarthy kill Mr Spinelli Kelly did not kill Spinelli McCauley really what can I let's start all over again disregard everything we set up until now make your mind a complete blank all right in the first place my colleague did not kill Spinelli it was it damn he we like that happy Mr Spinelli was killed by one of the policy record hopes to get back the ten grand the one on the numbers game the money get into Kelly please using an alien every night was a tip of a song I admit what missus but now he talked to him because he was afraid her husband might be killed why didn't they get the money when they kill them because Mrs but now we had already taken it Kelly where W. but I I thought it the long range or you're just tired vacations have a habit of doing that so yeah after a week it's only office you'll be all rested up again anyway are you my mother thank number one nice to have you back yeah look good too all tanned and healthy river it's great that might not be illegal dump truck at a good the.

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"mr mccarthy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Because there's so many more of us and so much more of a studio staff in the restive goes into Congress being in session mistreatment surely can tell you that at the school custodians the so that that's what whatever it is it would be irrelevant at about sixty it's about science it's about getting the job done for the American people one of the right I was disappointed I guess because I mean I say because we are members were very eager to vote by proxy that's full support for I'll be able to do that we wanted to do it in a bipartisan way and that those conversations continue I'm hopeful that we can get that done a bipartisan conversations continue Mr Holley and Mr McCarthy as well as their leadership that the Lufkin and Jim the governor of the leadership of colon on terms of a bipartisan discussion about how we could proceed with that committee work whether spiritual or whether some in smaller numbers could come back to do that so we feel very prepared when we came before and did the voice vote we did so at the direction of the sergeant of arms and the capitol physician and it works fine when we went the other day when it was in the corner so what we did so at the direction of sergeant on and the capital position and it was fine they are prepared for us to do that again except would have the the capitol physician just said what was happening in the region the district of Columbia and neighboring counties and the rest whatever his decision was whatever went into it understaffed because we cannot whatever we have we're going to get done for the American people as soon as we can safely and quickly do.

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"mr mccarthy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"With jury duty coming up here and just a little bit this is live coverage of the twenty twenty NFL draft sponsored by A. R. P. right Edwards Benjamin Albright and big gallon Keighley news radio I mean I heart radio app here's the latest from Keighley news radio the U. S. house of representatives voted overwhelmingly to send the funding bill for the paycheck protection program for four hundred eighty four billion dollars to president trump's desk house speaker Nancy Pelosi credits house Republicans for working with Democrats to pass the bill I wanted knowledge of the of the corporation we had a from the distinguished Republican leader Mr McCarthy I wish that he could have been here now but I do want to thank him and the other members of the Republic all of the members of Congress three hundred eighty eight Democrats Republicans voted for the bill as Denver battles coronavirus alcohol will not be allowed in city owned parks embers department of parks and recreation is banning possession and consumption of beer wine and champagne and parks and outdoor spaces in the city through July twenty third the move is intended to support and promote stay at home and social distancing directors to prevent the spread of coded nineteen K. aways Jerry bell I'm decal shelling killing newsradio eight fifty AM in ninety four one of them do you like a week up with T. okay and something to eat right fine I'm a bit bored I'm sure they must be by not are you going to keep di di locked in the closet just until he stops annoying eyes hi.

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on KTOK

"The house passing another nearly five hundred billion dollar coronavirus stimulus package most of which will go to small business loan programs which allow run out of cash quickly house speaker Nancy Pelosi thank Republicans for the bipartisan effort wanted knowledge of the the corporation we had a from the distinguished Republican leader Mr McCarthy I wish that he could have been here now but I do want to thank him and the other members of the Republic all of the members of Congress later passed three hundred eighty eight to five some Democrats have said another bill will be needed to wait states with budget shortfalls New York governor Andrew Cuomo fires back to the Republican leader of the Senate for comments he made about funding states during the pandemic for another day lives lost to covert nineteen are high four hundred thirty eight but lower than the day before new cases are holding about thirteen hundred a day governor Cuomo took issue with leader McConnell not wanting to give money to states to help fund police fire another frontline entities and when you don't find the state then the state can't fund that those services personal sense to me Cuomo says McConnell calling any funding a blue state bailout politically says fifteen thousand people died in New York but they were predominantly Democrats so why should we help them the governor said politically dividing the nation now is it responsible colonel Scott fox news at this afternoon's coronavirus task force briefing vice president Mike pence said he's optimistic about the progress that's being made with mitigation effort people continue to properly exercise social distancing as as recommended in each phase that in combination with some of these findings could well give us a summer respite from the coronavirus and Penn said the federal government is ready to.

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"mr mccarthy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Five sixty KSFO with you where ever you go another Bruce Stein Lisa listen Arraf fox news the house passing another nearly five hundred billion dollar coronavirus stimulus package most of which will go to small business loan programs which allow run out of cash quickly house speaker Nancy Pelosi thank Republicans for the bipartisan effort wanted knowledge of the of the corporation we had from the distinguished Republican leader Mr McCarthy I wish that he could have been here now but I do want to thank him and the other members of the Republic all of the members of Congress later passed three hundred eighty eight to five some Democrats have said another bill will be needed to wait states with budget shortfalls New York governor Andrew Cuomo fires back to the Republican leader of the Senate for comments he made about funding states during the pandemic for another day lives lost to covert nineteen are high four hundred thirty eight but lower than the day before new cases are holding about thirteen hundred a day governor Cuomo took issue with leader McConnell not wanting to give money to states to help fund police fire another frontline candidates and when you don't find the state then the state can't fund that those services personal sense to me Cuomo says McConnell calling any funding a blue state bailout politically says fifteen thousand people died in New York but they were predominantly Democrats so why should we help them the governor said politically dividing the nation now is it responsible colonel Scott fox news at this afternoon's coronavirus task force briefing vice president Mike pence said he's optimistic about the progress that's being made with mitigation efforts people continue to properly exercise social distancing as as recommended in each phase that in combination with some of these findings could well give us a summer respite from the corona virus and Penn said the federal government is ready to help.

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"mr mccarthy" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Bruce Stein Lisa listen Arraf fox news the house passing another nearly five hundred billion dollar coronavirus stimulus package most of which will go to small business loan programs which allow run out of cash quickly house speaker Nancy Pelosi thank Republicans for the bipartisan effort wanted knowledge of the of the corporation we had a from the distinguished Republican leader Mr McCarthy I wish that he could have been here now but I do want to thank him and the other members of the Republic all of the members of Congress that your pants three hundred eighty eight to five some Democrats have said another bill will be needed to wait states with budget shortfalls New York governor Andrew Cuomo fires back at the Republican leader of the Senate for comments he made about funding states during the pandemic for another day lives lost to covert nineteen are high four hundred thirty eight but lower than the day before new cases are holding about thirteen hundred a day governor Cuomo took issue with leader McConnell not wanting to give money to states to help fund police fire another frontline entities and when you don't find the state then the state can't fund the post services personal sense to me Cuomo says McConnell calling any funding a blue state bailout politically says fifteen thousand people died in New York but they were predominantly Democrats so why should we help them the governor said politically dividing the nation now is irresponsible colonel Scott fox news at this afternoon's coronavirus task force briefing vice president Mike pence said he's optimistic about the progress that's being made with mitigation effort people continue to properly exercise social distancing as as recommended in each phase that in combination with some of these findings could well give us a summer respite from the corona virus and Penn said the federal government is ready to help the handful of states that are loosening guidelines.

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"mr mccarthy" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Another Bruce Stein Lisa listen Arraf fox news the house passing another nearly five hundred billion dollar coronavirus stimulus package most of which will go to small business loan programs which allow run out of cash quickly house speaker Nancy Pelosi thank Republicans for the bipartisan effort wanted knowledge of the of the corporation we had a from the distinguished Republican leader Mr McCarthy I wish that he could have been here now but I do want to thank him and the other members of the Republic all of the members of Congress later passed three hundred eighty eight to five some Democrats have said another bill will be needed to wait states with budget shortfalls New York governor Andrew Cuomo fires back at the Republican leader of the Senate for comments he made about funding states during the pandemic for another day lives lost to covert nineteen are high four hundred thirty eight but lower than the day before new cases are holding at about thirteen hundred a day governor Cuomo took issue with leader McConnell not wanting to give money to states to help fund police fire another frontline interface and when you don't find the state then the state can't fund the post services personal sense to me Cuomo says McConnell calling any funding a blue state bailout politically says fifteen thousand people died in New York but they were predominantly Democrats so why should we help them the governor said politically dividing the nation now is irresponsible colonel Scott fox news at this afternoon's coronavirus task force briefing vice president Mike pence said he's optimistic about the progress that's being made with mitigation effort people continue to properly exercise social distancing as as recommended in each phase that in combination with some of these findings could well give us a summer respite from the corona virus and Penn said the federal government is ready.

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"mr mccarthy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Another Bruce Stein Lisa listen Arraf fox news the house passing another nearly five hundred billion dollar coronavirus stimulus package most of which will go to small business loan programs which allow run out of cash quickly house speaker Nancy Pelosi thank Republicans for the bipartisan effort wanted knowledge of the of the corporation we had a from the distinguished Republican leader Mr McCarthy I wish that he could have been here now but I do want to thank him and the other members of the Republic all of the members of Congress later passed three hundred eighty eight to five some Democrats have said another bill will be needed to wait states with budget shortfalls New York governor Andrew Cuomo fires back to the Republican leader of the Senate for comments he made about funding states during the pandemic for another day lives lost to covert nineteen are high four hundred thirty eight but lower than the day before new cases are holding about thirteen hundred a day governor Cuomo took issue with leader McConnell not wanting to give money to states to help fund police fire another frontline entities and when you don't find the state then the state can't fund that those services personal sense to me Cuomo says McConnell calling any funding a blue state bailout politically says fifteen thousand people died in New York but they were predominantly Democrats so why should we help them the governor said politically dividing the nation now is irresponsible colonel Scott fox news at this afternoon's coronavirus task force briefing vice president Mike pence said he's optimistic about the progress that's being made with mitigation effort people continue to properly exercise social distancing as as recommended in each phase that in combination with some of these findings could well give us a summer respite from the corona virus and Penn said the federal government is ready to help the.

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"mr mccarthy" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on KTOK

"Minority leader in the house of representatives he wants to be the Majority Leader god willing he'll be the speaker Mr McCarthy how are you Sir I'm doing well mark thanks for having me back it's a pleasure couple of questions where is Nancy Pelosi is she a nonessential employee where is she well she's back in DC now but you know last time we were talking she was holding up the whole cares act we're right back talking again and what she's done she's held up the exact money that would go for small business for their employees and you know this president president trump put out and knew this was such a successful program that I need more money she goes in objects and what does she do late night TV expensive refrigerator gourmet ice cream cheese no idea what's going on in this country and she just wants to have leverage to try to put her liberal agenda it it it it's unbelievable well there's a couple things that worry me here do let members of Congress vote anymore well I don't know if you saw my letter yesterday I sent a letter to the speaker I believe Congress is essential Congress has been meeting when there's a civil war going on when there's room for two other things that are happening you know for not meeting lecture the rest of the country the we have an ability to to do it in a safe and sound manner and that's where later in in the letter to summarize for us what that would be okay exactly so there are a number of things we have to do take for the NDA the national defense bill why can't the committee moved to the auditorium will we have and start having committee hearings to craft a bill all the other members don't need to be here but take the essential committees that we are meeting women bigger room so they have social distancing and meet and work through the bills then if it comes the bills are done you could have Congress committee vote and we're gonna show tomorrow how we can do it we have broken down the members of Congress in two segments about nine different segments and we give a timeline you got ten minutes you're in this segment you go vote go when these two doors out the other right he's still able to keep the social distancing part but you're getting the essential work done so we could have small business keep their employees running you know this is so important if cosco can do this if our local grocery store can do this the why the how can Congress do this in the answers the speaker doesn't want to do it apparently well after this letter I go ahead she called me today I get laid out some of these ideas looks states are looking to open back up they're not going to open the whole state once they're going to do in in phases so why don't we start with committees in phases what they want to do if they want to have proxy voting in the country doesn't quite know what that is right the country is broken down integrational districts and they're about the same size you wind your voice to that congresswoman or congressman for two years and you hold that person accountable right well this proxy voting that means close he has thirty other votes sitting in her pocket dealership although here's enough votes to win one and all of that that means that basically members of Congress give their vote to the speaker yes well I told the speaker we cannot change two hundred years of history how Congress meets in some partisan way I got to pull it back lucky today but that's what they had proposed to the your constituents didn't lend their voice to Nancy Pelosi they put it to the member who they elected that person needs to do the job but if you watch every time they hold these bills up it's because they want to change direction and the reshaping and structuring of government the number three most powerful Democrat Clyburn the majority whip he thinks coronavirus is there to restructure government and their liberal way you got congresswoman Jaipal she's upset that this bills moving forward because she said we should have more leverage at the small businesses so that we can institute more of the green new deal or AOC which you watch the oil price drop historically she said she'd love to see those thousands of jobs the people being laid off you know congressman I want to ask you a question about the debt yes just so you know where I stand on this I worry talking about phase four and I've made it clear we've got millions of listeners here I'm gonna fight this I'm gonna fight a face for because before we vote on this phase one to phase four in Schumer's on there saying we wanted to be as big as the two point two trillion or even bigger now's not the time for massive government infrastructure programs are all these other ideas that everybody has and honestly I've told the the White House as well the reason is the way you get people back to work is to get him back to work it's not to flood the zone with this endless paper that's being printed and printed in print in one day we're gonna pay a price for this can't we allow you know these these governors are right these Republican governors for sure where they're saying Hey we want to take little steps and start to open our economy here everybody's not dying everybody's not getting sick protect those those populations but there's other people I mean we have seventy five eighty percent of the people in this country who are working it's not enough but they are working so some businesses have figured out how to do this exactly and I've been very clear we have just passed a tremendous amount of money trillions of dollars why would you write another bill without having this implemented into the economy well why can you sit back and say all we need to force one of trillions of dollars what what data do you have that shows that that's needed what needs to happen here in a safe manner is that we can open the country back up pockets of the country that are fundamentally different than everywhere else unfortunately the number of people who have died fifty five percent of them come from New York and New Jersey well the other parts of the country the people are in a much better place because on an average they're already having social distancing away and don't we want to keep them going so we want to keep the economy at the same time working and here's the other thing I'm glad to hear you say this is the other thing Americans are supporting Americans Americans who can work and want to work in art in these various populations of these areas of the country they will help the country gets through this yes if they're effective and productive and motivated and so forth they will help those parts of the country that are suffering in those populations that are under the gun they will help them when the economy picks up in these areas which are not identical to the red hot zones correct exactly you know what you can do we have more information now so there could be a point where if you're at a certain age maybe you can still stay home these are right and go to work there are so we learn something more about this virus every day let's remember this virus came from a distance land the study by Southampton shows ninety five percent of this never would happen if China had not lied to the world if they would allow to president trump what he requested to send those researchers and scientists in we could contain that there I remember the decision he made January thirty first stop those flights when the World Health Organization is saying it doesn't transfer you may do you often or almost a month later when Nancy Pelosi is telling everybody to come to Chinatown February twenty fourth or even on the exact day he stopping those flights she had a bill to bring to the floor of the building at to take the power away from the president to be able to do that then she sends a letter criticizing him thanks and Joe Biden it took him two more months before he agreed with stopping the plane from China we have different parts of this country 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H. O. O. P. they're they're one of the wristbands right to wearables like the Fitbit it measures also to parts in your body right your sleep and others they had a lot of people where this other thousand people had called it the found out in here that they can tell you before the symptoms arrive that you could have it you could wake up in the morning glow red all right you know what I should go to work because I don't want to affect anybody else with this we can we can control every member of Congress should have that then you can meet Klay and you know what the country is smarter about this today than we were a month ago our behavior is going to be different we're not hugging people anymore when you go to the grocery store they put the screen up you don't stand right behind somebody with your cart you stay sixty back yep thank you wash your hands more I could not agree more with you that's exactly right and we should learn from these businesses small medium and large that have muscle through this and say okay what are they doing that's right you want to talk about the the the brilliance of the American people the creativity the the productivity American people well then let's turn to them and see what they're doing exactly because we are America still with the virus being here we did invite it we didn't ask for it but we can't defeat it we watch it time and time again with America remember we want it if the people saying what if we don't ramp up in northeast I needed more ventilators you heard while doing that if you short weeks he's giving his away to somewhere else because the administration had made so many built we're gonna be helping supply the rest of the world it took us two years but after sars to be ever to even be a critical one testing for vaccine were already in a clinical one tested for vaccine inside humans right now for a vaccine we got antibodies that are really promising out there the ingenuity of America you unshackle them they're just trying to look for more government we need to uncheck all the private sector it is critical that those people are able to work and help us and you know leader McCarthy the politics is really kind of vicious and insane I mean for Nancy Pelosi announced the president gets an F. honest to god I don't know what else the president could do what else could you possibly why because he's not nationalizing industries because he's not opening the borders to anybody wants to come in what exactly is her plan and she put out a blueprint for dealing with this coronavirus you wear one no but that's my exact question to are you criticizing everybody else you were the speaker of the house your third in line to the president you have a responsibility I can't call people back but tell me what we're going to do one of the committee's gonna start how can the rest of the country do something if Congress is not working listen I'm very very pleased with this conversation I want to thank you for your battling ahead yes we want members to vote and no we don't want to just keep spending trillions of dollars because the economy people aren't working the business is going up and running you can keep pushing relief money out left and right what's going to happen one day when your speaker you can have massive inflation to deal with that's my great concern how to pay this back every great society has collapsed with the over over extended themselves we are not in this problem because we had a financial crisis we have the strongest economy in the world the sooner we're back the sooner will be back to it does twenty two million I got laid off I mean think about tomorrow we're going to get the report for unemployment for the last week date the Democrats have held this bill up for a week and what does this money do it only kept those small businesses I created my first small business when I was twenty the other three lessons I learned of the first one to work at the last one to leave that's the last one to be paid really what kind of businesses I'm just curious it was a deli I would bet franchise okay I have a different story I won the lottery the second day it started in California the minute I didn't know any of this you won the lottery yeah okay five thousand dollars was the most you could win in nineteen eighty five I was going down to visit some friends at San Diego state I just want five thousand dollars in nineteen eighty five.

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House leadership advises members to return to DC as Rep. Massie weighs roll call vote on stimulus package

Red Eye Radio

06:32 min | 2 years ago

House leadership advises members to return to DC as Rep. Massie weighs roll call vote on stimulus package

"Here's the thing about the whole situation with without massive we were talking about it acid being the the representative from Kentucky the Republican yes Kentucky right talking about possibly objecting to the voice vote so essentially procedurally you know they ask for voice if nobody objects they go to a voice well right but if someone objects they have to call everybody and they got to get a quorum which is two hundred sixteen members right the report is one source saying gas the Massey show right now so he's running the whole thing what well the thing is is you're not going to before represented a Massey you're not going to change anything right you may get you know you may get some Flack from your you want should possibly show your constituents in your district in Kentucky that you stood ground and you want to force it to a vote so you can be on record of saying no but it's not going to change anything and I don't know that it helps you much and you're just right because every I'm glad you explained that because in a voice vote either you are not registered right for for how you voted and so apparently he wants to make it clear but house leadership advise members on Thursday to it last night Thursday evening to come back to Washington on Friday morning if possible as tall tall or top lawmakers told the hill dot com they anticipate that representative Thomas Massie Republican of Kentucky would call for a roll call vote on the two trillion dollar stimulus package passed in the Senate earlier this week house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and house minority leader Kevin McCarthy aim to pass the bipartisan measure via voice vote in the lower chamber in an attempt to minimize the health risks for members who have traveled long distances amid the pandemic but according to multiple house members messages threatening to derail leaders plans taking issue with its cost and the process used to pass it through the upper chamber Mr horror and Mr McCarthy previously expected that the vote on HR seven eighty four of the corona virus aid relief and economic security act would be done by voice vote but there is now a possibility that the house Republican may suggest a quorum that if a court that suggested of a quorum is not present an attempt to call for a recorded vote on final passage sources and horrors press shop said we have notified our members of the possibility that the bill may not passed by voice vote the majority leader's office has sent notice to members that if they are they are able and willing to be in Washington DC by ten AM to do so they are encouraged to do so while exercising all due caution so there you go yeah and it's going to pass and yeah it's I mean it's gonna pass we know what's well if you just if you're doing this just to put yourself on record for your you know constituents in your district this isn't the one this isn't the battle to pick I understand as a fiscal conservative I get it if you're looking at this the weight Lindsey Graham looked at it and a lot of people looked at it then Lizzy Graham you know fought the fight and try to get as a member of post on that unemployment thing limiting that unemployment so people wouldn't make more on unemployment total than they do with their jobs right now I get that but the point is is that you're going to be the one guy and trust me things change when people are waiting for that cash because they've been told now for what probably the last twenty four thirty six maybe forty eight hours how much money they're going to get they've been able to figure out how much money they're going to get even in your district representative Massey there are people who may be otherwise fiscally conservative but they're going to bite the bullet here because they want that money in their bank accounts the point is is that I don't think this battle works for you politically I don't think it works for anybody politically right now because you simply say I was one of the notes for the for the for the voice vote but it's not going to be an issue now this is not going to be that issue if you wanted if you really wish to start off is to stand up as we've said in normal times it's like you and I were looking at at social media yesterday and we said where were all these people in so called conservatives in normal times right when we were the ones railing against where the Republicans were going and taking you know taking the hits Ford from Republicans who now believe in much more government spending in normal time price the the problem is the problem of where we've gotten to is not because of even flawed bills that are passed in dire emergencies in extraordinary time brought it's because we spend too much in normal times right and I saw a ton on social media yesterday of Republican conservatives who were outraged you know for example by twenty five million dollars you know for the national domino the arts of the Kennedy center whatever and just furious about it as if the world had ended yeah right anyone I asked where were you the last couple of years where were you when Republicans were in charge where were you Republicans are saying well we can't find it now get well now you're going to fight it right and some of the money being spent you know when you talk about those things is not a great day look twenty five million twenty five million but it's not a great deal of money when we look at the spending that has been done in other places which is the hot in in the form of hundreds of billions of dollars right yeah the permanent stuff I mean you look at the like the permanent change that we've we've seen with more more the tendency to spend more and more and a run of a trillion dollar deficit I'm not blink I look I don't remember maybe he was but I don't remember Massey in those times being you know the the the forefront on fox news at look I'm gonna be on fox news and say the spending that that the Republican Party is going for and you people on fox or even endorsing mmhm but you're not fighting for this where was he then right if you're damn furious about it to hold this up where were you back then again on principle I might agree with you in fact I had several worry right I'm telling you it if you're looking for political points in your district this isn't about this isn't the one this is a good this is not going to get you that win it's

Representative Kentucky
"mr mccarthy" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Kevin McCarthy with us Sir how are you I can't hear Mr McCarthy Mar how are you I'm good how are you I'm okay but what the hell is going on with closing the Democrats in the house now they're playing politics you know I can look back on a red eye to have a meeting on Sunday Mitch McConnell had work this in a bipartisan bicameral and bottom up at they had pretty much in agreement now they want to flex their muscle to try to put same day voter registration all these union requirements all the climate change stuff in and they're holding up and hurting the American public I mean I I hope the Republicans are all going to get the microphones and television cameras and tell the American people exactly what the hell's going on here this is a shocking that I had and I've never seen anything like this in all my years of politics I've never seen something this bad because what they're doing with every day and every hour they holding it up they're harming people the harming the small businesses they're making decisions around the kitchen table where they're going to lay people off the other thing is what is there this Democrat party hate on for American enterprise American enterprise is going to give us the therapies the vaccines the masks and all the rest what is this hate on for American business I do not understand because the ingenuity of this American America to solve this problem you know it took us two years to be in a clinical trial for a vaccine when it came to sars we are already the clinical trial people in Washington are taking the vaccine in the arm right now it's gonna take a year away but look how fast we are this is the problem China been honest with us we could contain this account if they would let our scientists are doctors and researchers in there now the propaganda of China you know what you're saying combusted created this because they're going to fast already have a vaccine it's because of our private sector that were allowed to do that private sector what's interesting a lot of these these foreign countries and governments that have this universal single payer single payer government controlled system they're way behind Italy the U. K. many of these European countries and so forth and yet that's not going to be recognized as a great deficiency going forward as well won't be but the world health organization right now says the epicenter is Europe and a couple reasons why that happened because our president president trump took the action at the very beginning not to let China come into America and then he held your back as well now you're seeing how smart that move was but more importantly John Hopkins did research awhile back this is America's best prepared to handle something like this because of our health care system the socialist systems will not work but more importantly can you really trust the number you're getting out of Iran or North Korea saying nobody's there are calling this number we know that's not true this is Nancy Pelosi even trying to make an effort to consult with you about this bill you know what's most interesting she was very upset that leader McConnell actually allowed the committees to work on it crafted she thought no it should just be the four leaders she doesn't believe in the working through the system and that's actually a better way to do it where you have to committees of expertise get there he's holding it up and she wrote a letter to her own members congratulating them holding the bill in the Senate and remember what that vote is mark if the vote for cloture it's not a vote on the bill is to move the process further if you move the process further there's a better hope that in the market and in the decision making whether on the corporate boards or the kitchen table that's going to keep people on and not later bought isn't it amazing how the president is able to work with all these governors even governors that don't like him and he doesn't like whether to Newsome are Cuomo and so forth but Pelosi cannot work with you she will not work with you she will not work with McConnell I think this is a personality and character issue at this point yes I think for one moment think about what Cuomo and Gavin Newsom say as their home state against president trump but listen to what they're saying about him now as the commander in chief a time of crisis they congratulate him they tell they're working well together fantastic the president has said to navy ships now to both states they can have a hospital heated crease the funding for them he's worked on his work with him day and night on this process and they have nothing but positive things to say because you know what they watched him as a leader and they understand what he's doing is correct but they can work with him even though everything they said about pollution will take any moment she can't either impeach him or try to make a political advantage why would she be requesting task campaign voter registration inside a bill to deal with the crisis with corona virus virus same day registration I can't imagine anything could go wrong with that can you Mr McCarthy early voting that's exactly what they did in California and they were able to beat seven half of all the Republicans there because they harvested ballots that's what they wanna do nationwide we want to take this place and they want to bail out all those states that didn't pay their pensions we want to transform the pension when it comes to newspapers the ones that they like to what the federal government to pay for it that has nothing to do with coronavirus did you send out newspapers they want to beat the publication of the core of the pension from a classy they want to put that in this bill yeah have you read this thing what's it's eleven hundred some pages long I'm still going through it yeah and they criticize the Senate bill which is only five hundred pages sixty tell the airlines okay if we give you money then you have to be carbon neutral by twenty twenty five so you're going to be out of business seven billion for cash for clunkers they require every small business maybe you're sitting in Bakersfield California if you take the systems now your minimum wage has to be fifteen dollars is there a list of the somewhere yeah what you should do it I'm gonna send it to you they put it another way the OSHA requirements on hospitals the what the bargaining collective bargaining and carve outs for big labor they want to increase.

Kevin McCarthy Mr McCarthy
"mr mccarthy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hello leaders Kevin McCarthy with us Sir how are you I can't hear Mr McCarthy Mar how are you I'm good how are you I'm okay but what the hell is going on with pillows in the Democrats in the house now they are playing pure politics you know I K. I flew back on a red eye to have a meeting on Sunday Mitch McConnell had work this in a bipartisan bicameral and bottom up and they had pretty much in agreement now they want to flex their muscle to try to put same day voter registration all these union requirements all the climate change stuff in and they're holding up hurting the American public I mean I I hope the Republicans are all going to get the microphones and television cameras and tell the American people exactly what the hell's going on here this is a shocking that I had I have never seen anything like this in all my years of politics I've never seen something this bad because what they're doing with every day and every hour they holding it up they're harming people they're harming the small businesses they're making decisions around the kitchen table where they're going to lay people off the other thing is what is there this Democrat party hate on for American enterprise American enterprise is going to give us the therapies the vaccines the masks and all the rest what is this hate on for American business I do not understand the ingenuity of this American America we're going to solve this problem you know it took us two years to be in a clinical trial for a vaccine when it came to sars we are already in a clinical trial people in Washington are taking the vaccine in their arm right now it's gonna take a year away but look how fast we are and this is the problem China been honest with us we could contain this internet they would later scientists are doctors and researchers in there now the propaganda of China you know what you're saying America must created this because they're going to fast already have a vaccine it's because of our private sector that were allowed to do that private sector what's interesting a lot of these these foreign countries and governments that have this universal single payer single payer government controlled system they're way behind Italy the U. K. many of these European countries and so forth and yet that's not going to be recognized as a great deficiency going for it is no it won't be but the world health organization right now says the epicenter is Europe and a couple reasons why that happened because our president president trump took the action at the very beginning not to let China come into America and then he held your back as well now you're seeing how smart that move was but more importantly John Hopkins did research awhile back this is America's best prepared to handle something like this because of our health care system the socialist systems will not work but more importantly can you really trust the number you're getting out of Iran or North Korea saying nobody's there are calling this number we know that's not true is Nancy Pelosi even trying to make an effort to consult with you about this bill you know what's most interesting she was very upset that leader McConnell actually allowed the committees to work on it crafted she thought no it should just be the four leaders she doesn't believe in working through the system and that's actually a better way to do it where you have the committees of expertise get there he's holding it up and she wrote a letter to her own members congratulating them holding the bill in the Senate and remember what that vote is mark if the vote for cloture it's not a vote on the bill is to move the process further if you move the process further there's a better hope that in the market and in the decision making whether on the corporate boards or the kitchen table the correct people wanted not later bought isn't it amazing how the president is able to work with all these governors even governors that don't like him and he doesn't like whether to Newsome are Cuomo and so forth but Pelosi cannot work with you she will not work with you she will not work with McConnell I think this is a personality character issue at this point yes thanks for one moment think about what Cuomo and Gavin Newsom say as their home state against president trump but listen to what they're saying about him now as the commander in chief at the time of crisis they congratulated detailed the working well together fantastic the president has sent two navy ships now in both states so they could have a hospital heated crease the funding for them he's worked and his work with him day and night on this process and they have nothing but positive things to say because you know what they watched him as a leader and I understand what he's doing is correct but they can work with him even though everything they said about pollution will take any moment she can't either impeach him or try to make a political advantage why would she be requesting task campaign voter registration inside a bill to deal with the crisis with corona virus virus same day registration I can't imagine anything could go wrong with that can you Mr McCarthy early voting that's exactly what they did in California they were able to beat it half of all the Republicans there because they harvested ballots that's what they wanna do nationwide we want to take this place and then they want to bail out all those states it didn't pay their pensions we want to transform the pension when it comes to newspapers the ones that they like they want the federal government to pay for it that has nothing to do with coronavirus that you send out newspapers they want to be the publication of the core of the pension from a collection they want to put that in this bill yeah have you read this thing what's it's eleven hundred some pages long I'm still going through it yeah and they criticize the Senate bill which is only five hundred pages sixty tell the airlines okay if we give you money we do have to be carbon neutral by twenty twenty five so you're going to be out of business San volume for cash for clunkers they require every small business maybe you're sitting in Bakersfield California if you take assistance now your minimum wage has to be fifteen dollars is there a list of the somewhere yeah or just read into it I'm gonna send it to you they put it another with the OSHA requirements on hospitals they want the bargaining collective bargaining and carve outs for big labor they want to increase.

Kevin McCarthy Mr McCarthy
"mr mccarthy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"No this house Republican from California Mr McCarthy Germans recognized we missed it all we miss and you know very mad Stanley bested dammit that is not the same motivation for him to you guys almost everybody some waffle that's the pissed off they look at is for it wow okay feeder supply a pet lover store me and my wife Susan we love feeder supply you're going to do this and do you love your pet then there's no reason to get your pet food and pet supplies anywhere else let me he got he got diagnose with a food allergy I had no idea what I was going to do I used to love my trips to feeder supply I would defeat or supplies it here's where he's diagnosed with that's it no problem come down and look in this I'll that's right not one section but an entire aisle of food that let me go ahead that's what I'm talking about their nutritional experts when it comes your pet it feeder supply the pet lover store they don't just love animals with fur ever homes no no no no no they love all pets even the ones with out forever homes that's what feeder supply has donated over two hundred and twenty thousand pounds of food to shelter animals who that's a lot of food and that's a lot of love it is one of the many many reasons I love feeder supply the pet lover store I will come back here in just a couple minutes and we will wrap up the show got some good topics five seven one eight four eight four if you want to join in on any of the topics we have any and if you're interested in helping young Sam the young man that needs a kidney is parents were just on terra in canyon Kaufman what was the west what the Facebook was Sam needs a kidney it was Sam is a kidney right or go to the mall against the Kitty Mulligan's a website to it which is on Facebook back after this on newsradio eight forty WHAS it's decorating with Duncan Hey your desk looks great really festive with all the decorations on things yeah this Duncan peppermint mocha latte give me a little pick me up and I.

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"mr mccarthy" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

15:26 min | 3 years ago

"mr mccarthy" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Hi, welcome back. Rush Limbaugh doing what I was born to do. So. Here we are on Friday, wrapping up a busy broadcast week. Now, speaking at the river, the Dax monochrome coalition. And the CNN headline Biton speaks at monochrome push after bruising debate. Trump sunny, south Florida. There's some question whether Biden even knows he got bruised. Happy to have you on. On three of the most optimistic. Most drenched in reality, most up lifting God cast hours, you will find in American media today. those three hours hosted by me guiding light at times of trouble confusion murkiness despair to chaos lies fake news and even the good time rush limbaugh eight hundred eighty two two eight two if you want to be on the on the program all right i'm i'm debating how much more time to spend on plugs here i i've gotta do this because i am one of the first to have really not gone very far out on the limb and forecast predicted plugs would not be long for this campaign no i'm not going to predict the actual day he will drop out and if you remember i've given myself out using the reagan mundell example eighty four louis strange things can happen and plugs could have a reversal of fortunes if if things go right but right now today it's not a good day for plugs and i've got audio soundbites out the wazoo and a couple of newspaper stories let me let me i grab somebody twenty-seven just to show you this is a._b._c. stoddard a._b. stoddard is if you wanna know what the conventional wisdom of the deep state is if you wanna know what the conventional wisdom of the washington political class is the male representative of that would be david rodham gergen and the female version of that is a._b. stoddard and she was just on c._n._n. and she was asked pointblank how bad was it last night for plugs i think that he had a terrible night and i think he has a lot of owner abilities that he'll be reminded of we get closer to six person to be protected the credit card companies he supported segregation he is a physical space invader he laughs about it that he is not upgraded updated for the Minute. What he is a physical space invader. Does that mean these from space is an actual space invader, that you can touch? what does that mean a physical space oh i'm sorry i'm i'm sorry i'm sorry i get it now plugs invades the space of women and then gropes them and hugs them and feels them and knows them and and teases them and then plays with their hair That's what she's talking about. And then she said, and, and he's a physical space invader. And he laughs about it. lapse that he's not upgraded and up david for these times she said these are vulnerabilities now we resume the bite he does not talk about his strengthen the race which is people are terrified and they wanna get rid of president trump and they believe that joe biden is the only person who will be ready to clean up the mess that president trump has made he didn't talk about that last night he doesn't say this is no time to check on the only one on the stage who can a._b._c. andy he just sat there looking terrified of his own twenty nineteen democratic party and if he does that again in the next debate he's gonna lose so that's a that's a pretty common reaction here i have a politico story and the headline here is biden david himself he underperformed and was eaten alive the four hour tonight debate is over according to our experts bernie sanders was clips joe biden survey five maybe a pummeling and kamla harris change the twenty twenty race so that's that's basically the the take here from from the politico which is again a good harbinger of the drive by media but here's this piece that i have been referring to all days by daniel mccarthy Daniel McCarthy spectator USA and the headline Democrats are to fake for twenty twenty the politics of recitations enough for ordinary times, but America's in the midst of serious. I just want to give it a few pull quotes here because it dovetails nicely with. My brilliant unique observation that these people. Sound no different today, even though they're more radicalized. And even though they are. I generally think they're deranged I each one of them in their own ways is deranged some by virtue of anger, and rage. Some by virtue of resentment. I think, for example, mayor mayor Pete runs around constantly resenting, what he thinks Christians think of him because he's gay. even though i i don't know how many personal insults heard but he just imagined that they think this of him so he's constantly ripping into them for it when he may not even ever heard it just assumes they've all carrying some kind of baggage around that manifest itself As either victimology rage insecurity, or hatred. And as such they portray in America, that isn't as they describe it economically. They portray in America isn't as they describe it psychologically. They portray an America that has no hope in has no future as currently constituted. They portray an America that has failed in many of its most important missions of fairness in the quality, insisting ability, and usability and all of that. To a person go down the row, both nights of the democrat debate you couldn't find anybody who was happy. you couldn't find anybody who seemed happy they may be but you couldn't find anybody who seemed it you didn't find anybody who wanted to exude happiness you didn't see anybody who wanted to actually laugh about things in general is thin skin you saw massive insecurity and constant rage and anger now mr mccarthy writes here the democrat party is exhausted with ten candidates onstage thursday then ten others taking the stage the night before nothing substantially new emerged the politics of recitations enough for ordinary times perhaps but this is an america in the midst of serious change of a sort that requires thinking about entirely new configurations politics ironically are not republicans and conservatives are the ones who have taken up that task conservatism today the right is untamed and innovative today in a way that it hasn't been since renauld this magnus left office and in a way that the left won't be until it breaks away from the predictable politics of thursday's dreary debate and it was dreary and it was filled with rage and anger and hate and i can't get over the willingness of these people to promote this hatred i can't get over the the eagerness in fact to portray this hatred they don't make an attempt even hold it back They pummeled people with their hatred. They do. So. Probably as though there's something infectious about it there isn't anything infectious about hate. These people are constantly deriving hates. Are they not? They're always calling their political enemies, hate-mongers crisis mongers. And yet, they're the ones who are harbor. Jing. Hey harboring. Hey, promoting? Hate predicting hate? And exhibiting it. Bernie Sanders was bracing alternative to Hillary Clinton for years ago. But his message is now just repetition. nothing makes him different or better candidate than he wasn't twenty sixteen even as the country has changed profoundly and the field of opponents he now faces is nothing like the one on one race with the hill to beast mayor pete had the best night after kamala harris yet he too broke no new ground he's smart he's confident but not in the end much different from any of the rest There's hardly more variety in this ten candidate field. There was in just the two candidate. Clinton Sanders race for a good way to put it. you head hill the beast you haven't crazy bernie he had sameness you just have differing characteristics these ten people stays last night there wasn't a shred of difference between them in terms of what they believe the things that made them different of course we're their personalities their degrees of confidence their degrees of shortness their performance talent or lack of but was all the same every one of them is the same and that's the point it doesn't matter which democrat chuck schumer nancy pelosi every lament every complaint constantly the same reason i bring this up i'm not just i'm not just pointing this out for pointing it out sake i think this is hurting them in ways they don't even know i don't think they have enough humility folks to understand how and when they're damaging themselves i think they have the opposite of humidity they have an arrogance and condescension and they lied to themselves all the time they accept their incorrect polling data all the time they accept the fake news that they each report to each other they end up believing it trump colona trump stolen election trump's unjust trump should have been elected they all end up believing the same stuff the mistake they make and they're making it over and over again and it's the reason why they're willing to be so obviously filled with hatred day believe in their era than hubris that they are the vast majority of people in the country and they're not this this is america would not be the place it is if a majority of the people living here we're like the people we've seen on the debate stage the the past past two nights time squeezing a phone call naples florida john great that you waited you're next on open line friday high hey rush can can you hear me okay i do i do thank you excellent well thank you first of all god bless you i've been listening to listening nineteen ninety and for twenty nine years trying to get hold of the but last night and the night before really burnt me a whole a main when they all were talking about the one payer system i'm the one payer system unfortunately paying twenty nine hundred dollars a month for insurance and i i'm fortunately have a special needs son was autistic and that insurance does not cover the therapy for him So I've got to pay out of pocket another fifty two hundred a month. Wait a minute. What do you mean you're on the single payer system? let me i'm on obamacare okay you're on a bama carrot your premiums equal twenty nine hundred a month or your deductible twenty eight fifty twenty fifty based on your income so i do do okay but it's all sucked up in and premium and what is the twenty fifty deductible or a premium that premium premium deductibles Twelve thousand you gotta be kidding me. i know this is true you may as well so ensure for criminal you're paying twenty almost three thousand dollars in order to get a twelve thousand dollars deductible yeah that's a silver plan you die gold silver and brian oils i i know them well voided all of them right right so the silver plan okay so you've got this in you hear these people touting single players single payer all night on these debates what do you think I wanna throw something TV. yeah it's it's it's just a it's purely that they're talking about something they haven't personally experienced they don't know what they're talking about and they haven't talked to people that are on it and the people that are working that are on it well no if you listen to the democrats they are personally aware of the dire consequences that all of you and every american face because of our horrible healthcare system which is brought to us by evil corporations these people talk about hospitals who was it that said it was frank luntz one of his focus groups two days ago is it a virus e._e._o. i would be scared to death after this debate not if i ran a hospital i would feel like the biggest target of the democrat party alive today i mean they zeroed in on hospitals hospitals are not doing anything but for any reason than profit hospitals are not treeless all that hospital care about you would not believe the number of times the past two nights of the democrat debate the concept of profit got destroyed the concept of profit was impugned and and besmirched as one of the roots of all evil I don't know. Would they come along? And they say everybody's gonna get private insurance and then go to single payer Medicare for all at. Bernie Sanders, claiming it convincing people that they're going to get it for free. And yet, they're middle class taxes are gonna go up..

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"mr mccarthy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

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"We're talking around in circles. Where's the solution? Help us help. You. Gimme something that we can do in congress that can help lower the cost and it will run with it. Mccarthy congressman I as I laid out in my written testimony. When we when we set the price we said it based on the value. We then negotiate to get formula access with and there's a discount that's negotiators part of it. That's competition. That's the market forces at work. I think the failing here is that those discounts on those medicines were negotiating one. The patient's not aware of them into the noth- benefiting them, so our recommendation that still goes back to the question. Why don't we start with a discount to begin with? And so the patient can always have access to because you don't have to research at that point at the prices of the best value to begin with. If if we just tried to lower price now, it would jeopardise under the system as it exists today, it would jeopardize our ability to get formula access, and we've tried it. We've tried. We tried lowering Jimmy one thing how can how can congress simplify it to get directly to the patient without all the middlemen between what is something that we need to eliminate. Well, I would I would recommend as I said a passing rebate reform that the Nabil's to patients to benefit directly from those discounts. Can I can I ask one more question? Would eliminating the PBS. Would it help? I think the PBS. Play a role and administer service that that if they don't exist someone's going to have to replicate they administer they do a lot more than negotiate a rebate in and if they were eliminated the plans and the sponsors would how to replicate those services nine times out IBM refers to pharmacy benefit manager live coverage of this house energy subcommittee hearing. Thank I thank the gentleman. I just I just want to comment that I love the the questions of members from both sides said committee chair an issue as pale layer by layer the onion skin back this. And it's so important for us to do it really is the essence of having a hearing. I now would like to recognize the gentlemen from Vermont, Mr. Welsh, Iowa if there's anyone that's done a deep dive on pricing. It is recognized for five minutes of question. The second that's near seatbelt says. No, thank you. Not really look the bottom line here is that the pharmaceutical industry creates a lifesaving in extending drugs in pain relieving drugs. That's a good thing. You're killing us with the price, and that's on both sides both sides, and we're trying to get to the bottom of this. And there's some practices might have been really outrageous there appears to be in this room kind of an agreement onto things there ought to be transparency transparency on the rebates. And I think transparency on how much is really spent on our deep because that's a pitch. It's always make we wanna have innovation. But we're never told how much is spent on our the versus advertising and everything else. So is anyone here opposed to giving us transparent information about the rebates about the r&d? What it really is raise your hand. If you are. All right. I'm going to take that as a yes. All right. There's some practices. I'm curious to know, whether you're okay with on this question of RND. Oftentimes, it's not RND. It's the leveraged buyout or it's just an acquisition of another company. A good example of that was when Gilead who spent not a nickel on are. Indeed, a purchase the company that in fact had created they drug sober. So vast boo for which is of course for hepatitis. They Gilead bought it never put a nickel into it. And then marketed ISSA volley at eighty four thousand dollars a treatment way higher than the price. You would pay in England in essentially paid its acquisition price back in a year. I'm just going to ask you Mr. McCarthy is that a practice that you think Pfizer should emulate if it had opportunity to do that. Congressman what I say is Pfizer's science based company. We have research discovery labs in Cambridge in California. I understand you. And I'm impressed that but this has nothing to do with research is just the green shade people with Harvard NBA's figuring out a good company to buy where they know they got incredible pricing power. And then they are going to have the Medicare program pay for it. They're going to have they're going to have. Employer sponsored healthcare people pay for it. I don't see that as are. Indeed. But I'll go on another question. I'll talk to you, Mr Nicholson. Knicks fat. Yeah. Angie? Did something that my view was pretty outrageous. Okay. They had a really good drug. And you guys do some tremendous research give you that. But you did. In twenty thirteen when this congress had to pass a fiscal cliff Bill in order to keep the lights on in government in the in the dark at night. What Amgen was successful in doing getting provisions put in a Bill that exempted it from the Medicare pricing restrictions because expired, you got two more years on it. It costs taxpayers five hundred million dollars five hundred million bucks. So where's the RND? And that that's just leveraging its witnessed her Sarbanes was talking about earlier. I mean, what's your view on what am did in that particular case, sir? I'm not familiar with that situation. So I can't comment. Yeah. I'd be interested in having somebody from Andrews Amazon who is familiar with that case telling us how they manage to get five hundred million dollars out of the tax payers the. There's been some discussion also about other patent abuse where we've passed legislation so a pass on that. But let me ask about you gave very good testimonies Bricker about how this rebate system works. But are there pay walls out there? It's like what Mr. McCarthy was talking about from Amgen, they came up with a competing drug that they were unsuccessful in getting past the rebate wall because of the effectiveness of Johnson and Johnson bundling together various drugs, so that they got on the formula and kept in this case Pfizer, but this local lower costs of effective alternative and getting on. Can you comment about that? And whether that's a practice that you see is having any benefit to consumers and taxpayers at Express Scripts. We don't negotiate by Bendel. So I don't know. I look at the net cost of an individual product. Independently of all other products and a portfolio, and so while I'm aware that there are some that do enter into those practices. We do not to tell us a little bit about that pay wall practice that pharmaceutical companies will employ in order to get them on the formularies and keep others off the formularies again, we don't do this today. But what I understand the practice to be is that a manufacturer would negotiate that they would give a certain discount so long as all of their products were included on the formula, or they tell him if I just wanna make a comment all have a concern about a formularies second restrict patient access. What we have our formularies where we don't have a clue as to why the formularies is what it is. In democrat. Peter Welsh is another area. My view we need transparency. I yield back, and I think the witnesses. They thank the gentleman. I now would like to recognize the gentlemen from Georgia. Mr carter. Thank you manage a questions. Thank you. And thank you for having this hearing. Today. And thank you for being here. I'm going to start with you, Mr. Nicorette. You know, we've heard a lot about list prices. I'm familiar with AWS AMP net cost all this other thing. But but the list price that that we're talking about here. In fact, miss Bricker in her opening statement said the problem starts would list price not with rebates or discounts. If you will. But is understand it. You actually lowered your list price here recently on one of your products. Is that correct? That's correct for our flagship cardiovascular product or pather we introduced an option into the marketplace at a sixty percent reduce list price. That's exactly what we want you to do. So you did that we did, sir. And we did it with the hope of improving patient affordability, especially for Medicare patients where their their cost sharing is tied directly to the list price. Did it increase patient access? We've seen an increase. Patient access in certain areas, but uptake has been slower than you would expect overall only about half of commercial beneficiaries can have access today to the lower price option of her path and only about sixty percent of Medicare beneficiaries can have access today. So when you decrease list price, it puts you on the formula and put into a different tier, correct? In certain instances. We have not yet gained formularies access for the lowest price. Why not that's exactly what we want? You to do is to decrease list price. So that you can have better access in patients can have better access to that. I'm having trouble to understand that that that it wouldn't automatically go on go on to a different tier and become more available. We are trying, sir. We've ensured that our lowest price option is always available. Well, let me ask you this. I don't mean interrupt, but let me ask you this understanding that after you lowered that that you got notification from the PBS that you needed to give them seven quarters notification before you can decrease the list price show. I'm not going to comment on any specific contract document that we received around confidentiality, but I will say that we have seen new more exotic contracts come in from across the supply chain around discounts. That appear to be. Creating hotels to list price reductions McCarthy, if you had any experience with it. This is a where she's been radio programming from Thursday. We as I mentioned earlier we have. Experienced difficulty getting our biosimilars on. Okay. Let's let's talk about just asleep biosimilars out of it right now. And concentrate on this is my understanding that the PPM are requiring you before you decrease the list price to give them a seven quarter notification it have you seen anything similar to that. We have seen we have received one letter to that effect. Yes. Okay. So let's just take it the opposite. What about when you increase the least list price you have to give him any notification? Certainly they won't notification before you do that. Mr mccarthy. Yeah. That would be part of our annual negotiations with the plans as part of the formula. Did you have to give them any notification that you're increasing the list price? I don't believe so. Okay. But you have to give them notification that you're decrease in it. I I'm I'm appalled. He I'm not following this because that's exactly what we're gonna do. Because if you decrease the list price, then that's going to decrease the amount of whatever you wanna call it. The rebate are the discount. And therefore, they gotta note this, Mr. Nixon, you're you decrease the price on repack. And then still you work your drug, even though you discredit competitor state as the as the option there as preferred is that correct? Our primary competitor. In this case remained at their original list. Price for a period of about five months and has recently matched our move. And also added a lowest price option in the marketplace. But the competitive dynamic did create a situation where we found it tougher to negotiate to get to form formularies access when we were competing against someone who could offer a larger net rebate to get to the same net cost. I wanna ask you. I'll ask Mr. Everley, Mr. Abberley, do you in this is a simple..

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